Exciting Internship Opportunities Available at SOS!

SOS Community Services has openings in our internship programs this fall for college students pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work, marketing, public relations, communications, nonprofit management, or a related field who need academic credit in human services!

SOS prides themselves on their fun, engaging learning opportunities in our various programs including fundraising with our Development team, connecting clients to resources at our Resource Center, and assisting with caseloads with our Housing team. We provide hands-on learning experiences with knowledgeable, seasoned supervisors and staff to provide advice along the way.

Let’s hear from a few of our past interns! ~

Kaitlynn, a graduated intern from fall of 2022, says, “I am so thankful that I got the opportunity to work in such an amazing place. Everyone was so nice and uplifting from the moment I started. I got the chance to escape the problems in my life and be able to help people and be surrounded by some of the most caring and compassionate people I have ever met. Being able to help with fundraisers and awareness campaigns was amazing. Being able to have a part in something as big as Road to Home was my favorite experience. I will take my experiences with me and use what I have learned at SOS with me into my future career.

Before interning at SOS I did not want to work in housing at all, I was dead set on working in a school setting. But, after my time here, I think I have changed my mind and found my true passion.

Thank you to everyone who played a part in my educational growth but also in my personal growth as a young person in this crazy world.”

Grace, also a graduated intern from fall of 2022, says, “Working as one of the development interns has been such an amazing experience! Everyone at SOS has truly been so welcoming from the start of my internship. Throughout my time at SOS I have been able to grow as a person and build my confidence. I give a lot of credit to everyone at SOS for always supporting and giving me advice. Being able to work on fundraisers and awareness campaigns opened my eyes on how important that skill is for a social worker to have. Also being able to work with clients at the food pantry gave me insight on what the community is in need of and gave me ideas on what to work on when I would be in the office. Although my end goal is to be a medical social worker, I would still love to work at a nonprofit like SOS sometime during my social work career. Thank you to everyone who played a big impact on my growth and learning experience here at SOS. I really do appreciate it!”

Contact Mariah at volunteer@soscs.org for more information and to apply for our internship programs